AROUND THE GROUNDS – ROUND 19

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA

Fremantle Dockers

Peel Thunder was defeated by West Perth on the weekend going down 107-76. Mitch Crowden starred with 30 disposals and two tackles.

West Coast Eagles

East Perth won out 83-80 in a tight tussle with Perth. Liam Ryan was lively up forward with 10 disposals, 4 tackles and kicked 2.3. Hamish Brayshaw was busy in the middle with 22 disposals, 3 tackles and 5 inside 50s.

SOUTH AUSTRALIA

Adelaide Crows

The Crows reserves side lost out in a high scoring affair with the Roosters going down 141-121. Elliot Himmelberg kicked five goals up forward to go with 21 disposals and 6 marks. Patrick Wilson and (not a rookie, soz) Cam Ellis-Yolman had their share of the ball with 42 and 41 disposals respectively, laying 9 tackles between them.

Port Adelaide Power

The Magpies were absolutely smashed in their game against the Panthers, going down 43-117. Jack Trengove responded well to his axing with 31 disposals, 5 marks and 7 tackles. Will Snelling had 29 disposals and laid 9 tackles.

NEW SOUTH WALES

Sydney Swans

The Swans had a bye in the NEAFL last weekend.

Greater Western Sydney Giants

The Giants won out in the game against Sydney University running out 77-132. Dylan Buckley kicked 3 goals, and Zachary Sproule kicked 5.

QUEENSLAND

Brisbane Lions

Brisbane faced off against Gold Coast in what I will now dub “QClash Jnr” and won 70-82. Toby Wooller kicked 2 goals, and Brandon Starcevich kicked one goal to go with his 18 disposals and seven tackles.

Gold Coast Suns

The Suns lost the “QClash Jnr” going down by two goals. Josh Schoenfeld and Jacob Dawson both won the ball 32 times each.

VICTORIA

Geelong, Footscray, Essendon and the Demons had a bye in the VFL

Richmond Tigers

The Tigers destroyed Werribee coming out 86 point winners 124-38. Callum Moore kicked 5.3 to go along with 19 disposals and 12 marks. Patrick Naish collected 26 disposals and laying 3 tackles.

Carlton Blues

The Northern Blues were good finishing on 123-40 for the game. Patrick Kerr took 9 marks and kicked 3.2

St Kilda Saints

Sandringham went down the Box Hill Hawks scoring 43-78. Hugh Goddard took a positive step in his development taking 10 marks to go along with 18 disposals. Ben Paton once again put his hand up for a debut with 21 disposals, 8 marks and 6 tackles.

Hawthorn Hawks

Box Hill did what they had to against Sandringham finishing up 43-78. David Mirra was named best afield with 20 disposals, 8 marks and 3 tackles. Conor Glass also played well also with 20 disposals and 8 marks.

North Melbourne Kangaroos

The Kangaroos reserves team went down to Collingwood losing by 8 points scoring 62-70. Luke Davies-Uniacke picked up 23 disposals and laid 6 tackles to be named best on for North Melbourne.

Collingwood Magpies

Collingwood got the job done against North Melbourne winning by 8 points scoring 62-70, in the Pies favour. Nathan Murphy continued to develop his skills with 11 disposals, 3 marks and 3 tackles, and mature age rookie Jack Magden played well collecting 17 disposals, laying 4 tackles and taking 4 marks for the game.

TOP 5 under 200k

DEF

  • Jarrod Lienert – $123,900 – 83 SCPoints
  • Nathan J. Brown – $184,000 – 66 SCPoints
  • Kane Farrell – $117,300 – 48 SCPoints
  • Colin O’Riordan – $178,100 – 33 SCPoints
  • Jacob Heron – $169,700 – 29 SCPoints

MID

  • Brent Daniels – $183,200 – 60 SCPoints
  • Jordan Dawson – $123,900 – 53 SCPoints
  • Wil Powell – $177,300 – 52 SCPoints
  • Will Walker – $117,300 – 52 SCPoints
  • Quinton Narkle – $188,500 – 42 SCPoints

FWD

  • Kayne Turner – $184,600 – 68 SCPoints
  • Liam Baker – $103,900 – 45 SCPoints
  • Daniel Venables – $189,300 – 42 SCPoints
  • Fergus Greene – $123,900 – 41 SCPoints
  • Cameron Polson – $149,900 – 33 SCPoints

No Barron this week guys! He’s been sick in bed all weekend, so wish him well down in the comments. He does this way better than I do so hopefully he’s all recovered and can take the reins back next week!

Comments (13)

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  1. dontblushbaby says:

    With Tom Stewart unlikely to play this week , who comes on for him ? Mark O’Connor ?

    • JR_Damo says:

      Will depend on what they do with Jack Henry. If Henry goes back, Jamaine Jones would be recalled you'd think. Otherwise Jackson Thurlow, perhaps?

    • Lazza says:

      Hope not..

  2. TRIGGA_HAPPY says:

    Take it easy crowden dont do something silly like get selected this week!

    Perfect looper as freo play late each week.
    Happy for Freo to bring in Harley and leave Mitch in the maggoos.

    • Russty_ says:

      Hey Trigs, Bennell's had a relapse with his calf so likely won't play this season.

  3. Florence Maxwell says:

    Cheers Damp

  4. r_calve says:

    if Higgins is out for a while, should I trade him out an then bring McLean into the midfield so I can loop him with ahern and the bring in a good forward such as breust or someone or even I can swing tmac forward and get Lloyd
    what do i do

    • Russty_ says:

      Higgins should only miss one week, very minor arthroscopic surgery, the plan was he only misses a week and finishes the season strong.

    • NoLanguage says:

      Hold Higgins. I'm backing Ahern to fill the void this week, he was superb against the Eagles.

  5. Lazza says:

    My dilemma… 5 trades but want to replace 4 players over the finals.. … Buddy, Nank, Ryan and Bont..
    Buddy to Wingard or Smith – $85k to $100k.
    Nank to Grundy – $122k
    Ryan to Hurn or McGovern – $34k to $39k
    Bont to Macrae – $73k.

    It looks like I will only be able to achieve 3.
    Which option would you forego?

  6. NoLanguage says:

    5 trades left.

    Dusty to MacRae?
    Ryan to Hurley?